For me, pop culture is always fun and interesting to read and this book brings us much of it. Some is older than what I would consider pop culture of today, but not less interesting.
There are chapters full of lists, and tidbits about them, to keep readers entertained. And because of this, readers are able to skip around the subjects and not have to read everything in consecutive order. I always enjoy reading the topics that I enjoy first and then go back to read the others. You never know what piece of trivia that you might find interesting after you go through all of your likes.
This book is a fun read that engages the reader. There is always something new to discover and share with friends. Some parts are quicker paced than others and, as in all subjects; some will be more interesting than others. Some lists come with more information on particular subjects but as a whole this book is a good read. With so much pop culture talked about between the pages there is something for everyone to enjoy in this book.
Super-Pop offers a maximum-pleasure, minimum-effort way to become smarter, happier, and more likely to survive your next family function (or a shark attack). This hilarious and wide-ranging guide sorts nearly 500 different bestsellers, blockbusters, and underappreciated gems into quirky top ten lists, like “Outwit Death: Essential Lessons in Survival,” and “Achieve Mindfulness: Movies That Will Show You the Way (With Wise Elders Now Included).” So whether you’re looking for some motivational workout music, need help planning a July 4th double feature, or just want to pick up some knowledge without straining your brain, this book has you covered. With new insights on old classics and fresh ideas for jaded eyes, Super Pop makes sense of pop culture – and then puts pop culture back to work!